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William B Fairley (Analysis & Inference, Inc.)
A&I Senior Statistician and President Will Fairley has contributed to successful outcomes in more than 400 engagements. He has published over 45 professional articles, and been accepted as an expert by over 30 courts, boards, arbitrators, or mediators. Learn More ›

Matthew L. Edwards, MD (Forensic Psychiatric Associates, L.P.)
Matthew L. Edwards, M.D., is a general and forensic psychiatrist and an assistant professor of psychiatry at Stanford University School of Medicine. Dr. Edwards graduated from Princeton University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology, magna cum... Learn More ›

Jean L. Seawright, CMC (Seawright & Associates)
As a management consultant since 1987, Ms. Seawright has provided professional HR consultation services and advice to business owners, CEOs, boards, and HR leaders across the nation. She has consulted with organizations of all sizes, including for-profit,... Learn More ›

Scott D. Sevart (Sevart Vocational and Forensic Services)
Specializing in spousal/child support, employment law, personal injury, medical malpractice, product liability, worker's compensation, and life care planning. Scott Sevart has over 23 years of experience as a vocational rehabilitation consultant in the... Learn More ›

Maureen A. Clark (Three Sixty HR, Inc.)
I have been consulting with organizations of all sizes and types for more than three decades. My deep understanding of employment issues and track record of developing practical, workable HR solutions makes me invaluable to our clients and a rich resource... Learn More ›
Mark I. Levy, MD, DLFAPA (Medical Director of Forensic Psychiatric Associates, L.P., a nationwide expert witness firm)
Location: Multiple Locations
Areas of Expertise: Forensic Psychiatric Associates, L.P. (fpamed) is a national consulting firm with offices in California, Nevada and North Carolina assisting litigating attorneys. The firm includes 15 board certified forensic...
ForensisGroup, Inc. (The Expert of Experts)
Location: Multiple Locations
Areas of Expertise: For over 30 years, ForensisGroup has provided the nation’s top law firms, businesses, insurance companies, government entities with highly qualified expert witnesses and consultants. Experts referred by...
Discrimination FAQs

What is a discrimination expert witness?

A discrimination expert witness may testify on allegations of unequal treatment of persons based on prohibited factors such as race, national origin, color, citizenship, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, disability, or veteran status, among other related topics.

What is the role of a discrimination expert witness?

The role of a discrimination expert witness is to provide specialized knowledge and expertise in the laws, regulations, and standards related to discrimination and equal opportunity in a legal matter.

How much can a person make as a discrimination expert witness?

Discrimination expert witnesses can earn income in the potential range from $200 to $400 per hour or greater, depending on the circumstances. The fee arrangmen, will be determined by the retaining attorney and the expert.

What are the qualifications of a discrimination expert witness?

A discrimination expert witness should be familiar with civil rights law, employment law, and human resources.

In legal proceedings, how is evidence gathered by a discrimination expert witness?

A discrimination expert witness gathers evidence through various methods such as interviews, document review, statistical analysis, and observation to provide testimony in legal proceedings related to discrimination cases.

In what type of cases would testimony be required from a discrimination expert witness?

Testimony from a discrimination expert witness may be required in cases involving allegations of discrimination based on race, gender, age, disability, religion, or other protected characteristics in the workplace or other settings.